Ms. Beall-Eder is an associate attorney at Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C. Ms. Beall-Eder represents clients in real estate litigation and bankruptcy matters.

Ms. Beall-Eder earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Colorado and earned a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law, where she was a senior staff editor on the Denver University Law Review.

Ms. Beall-Eder is licensed to practice law in the state and federal courts in Colorado and Kansas and the state court in Wyoming. Ms. Beall-Eder is a member of the Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming and Denver Bar Associations. She is a past co-chair of the Bankruptcy Sub-Section of the Business Law Section of the Colorado Bar Association is a current member of the Standing Local Bankruptcy Rules Revision Committee for the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado. She is a frequent speaker on bankruptcy and creditors' rights for CLE Colorado and other organizations.

Additionally, Ms. Beall-Eder is a current co-author of the West Publishing, Colorado Practice Series v9 & v10, Colorado Creditors' Remedies-Debtors' Relief and a current editor of the Colorado Methods of Practice, Cathy S. Krendl - Chapters: Attachment, Garnishment, Replevin and Bankruptcy (2012-2015).

  • Attorney. Frascona, Joiner, Goodman an Greenstein, P.C., August 2015 - Present
    • Real Estate - Concentrating in litigation and mediation with respect to homeowners' association and title issues, boundary line disputes, mechanic's liens, foreclosures and evictions
    • Bankruptcy - Concentrating in federal court bankruptcy motions practice and litigation with respect to both consumer and business bankruptcy and adversary proceedings
  • Attorney. Weinstein & Riley, P.S., June 2014 - August 2015
    • Real Estate - Concentrating in foreclosures and related litigation, including title litigation, homeowners' association litigation, mechanic's lien and construction litigation
    • Bankruptcy - Concentrating in federal court bankruptcy motions practice and litigation pertaining to creditor consumer and business bankruptcy and adversary proceedings
    • Due Diligence - Skilled in loan due diligence review, including title, lien, tax, intense legal level evaluation of accounts to assess risk, loan valuation and applicable liquidity
  • Attorney. The Castle Law Group, LLC, 2004 - May 2014
    • Real Estate - Concentrating in homeowners' association litigation, title issues, mechanic's lien, construction and foreclosure litigation
    • Bankruptcy - Concentrating in federal court bankruptcy motions practice and litigation with respect to both creditor consumer and business bankruptcy and adversary proceedings
  • Judicial Clerk Fellowship. Arapahoe County District Court, 2004
    • Draft Bench Memorandums
    • Assist District Court Judges in Civil Trials and Motions Practice
  • J.D., University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, 2003
    • Senior Staff Editor, Denver University Law Review, 2002-2003
    • Staff Member, Denver University Law Review, 2001-2002
  • B.S., University of Colorado, Psychology, 1999
  • Bank of America v. Gordon, 471 B.R. 614 (D. Colo. 2012); Zeman v. Waterman, 469 B.R. 334 (D. Colo. 2012); Hill v. Bayview Loan Servicing, 422 B.R. 270 (Bankr. D. Colo. 2009); In re Burrier, 403 B.R. 714 (Bankr. D. Colo. 2009); LPP Mortgage Ltd. v. Hotaling, 497 F. Supp. 2d 1217 (D. Colo. 2007).
  • Current Co-Author of the West Publishing, Colorado Practice Series v9 & v10: Colorado Creditors’ Remedies-Debtors’ Relief
  • 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 Editor of Colorado Methods of Practice, Cathy S. Krendl — Chapters: Attachment, Garnishment, Replevin and Bankruptcy
  • Lien Avoidance Issues, With a Look to Colorado and Georgia, USFN Article Winter Edition 2013
  • Amendments to the Federal Rules of Bankruptcy Procedure Effective December 1, 2012, Colorado Bar Association, November 2012 Business Law Newsletter
  • CO: Split in Authority Regarding “Chapter 20” Lien Stripping, USFN E-Update March 2012
  • Impact of Amended Consumer Bankruptcy Rules Effective December 1, 2011, Colorado Bar Association, January 2012 Business Law Newsletter
  • Loss Mitigation in Bankruptcy — Home Affordable Modification Program at a Glance, Colorado Bar Association, February 2011 Business Law Newsletter
  • State Legislation Re Foreclosures in Colorado, USFN Article Summer Edition 2010
  • Lien Perfection Issues in Bankruptcy, USFN E-Update March 2010
  • Bankruptcy Trustee’s Lien Avoidance Powers Under 11 U.S.C. § 544 — Recent Tenth Circuit and Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado Decisions, Colorado Bar Association, February 2010 Business Law Newsletter
  • Bankruptcy Trustee’s Mortgage Lien Avoidance Powers Under 11 U.S.C. § 544 Limited by State Law Duty to Examine and Discover Title Issues — Recent Decisions from the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals and United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado, USFN E-Update February 2010
  • Assignments & Indorsements, USFN Article Summer Edition 2008
  • Handling Foreclosure in CO and NM — When Snow Closes the Courthouse, USFN E–Update February 2007
  • An Analysis of the Use of Bilateral Agreements Between Transnational Trading Groups: The U.S./E.U. E-Commerce Privacy Safe Harbor, Texas International Law Journal, Volume 39:2 (2004); co-authored with Dr. John T. Soma and Stephen Rynerson
  • Meaning and Development Behind American Law (reviewing Lawrence M. Friedman, Law In America: A Short History (2002)), Denver University Law Review, Volume 80:3 (2003)
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Update - Chapter 13 Issues and Hot Topics - June 2015
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Update - Modification of Plans and Differences in Judge's Opinions - June 2014
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Update -Curing Through the Plan versus Loan Modification- June 2013
  • Faculty of Federal Advocates, Bench Bar Retreat - Secured Creditor Issues - September 2012
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - New Federal Bankruptcy Rules - June 2012
  • Boulder Bar Association Luncheon - Bankruptcy Basics for Small Businesses --April 2012
  • ABI 17th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference - Consumer Workshop II: The Needle Mountains: Threading Through the Impact of the New Federal Rules - January 2012
  • National Bankruptcy Institute - Complex Bankruptcy Issues - December 2011
  • Faculty of Federal Advocates, Bench Bar Roundtable - Chapter 13 Issues - October 2011
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Update - Loss Mitigation Issues - June 2011
  • ABI 16th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference - Loss Mitigation In Bankruptcy Including HAMP - January 2011
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Law Hot Topics - December 2010
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Law Hot Topics: Loss Mitigation in Bankruptcy - Home Mortgage Issues Including HAMP- June 2010
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Consumer Bankruptcy Essentials: What to Expect From Creditors During the Process - March 2010
  • ABI- 15th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference - Hot Topics in Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 - January 2010
  • Colorado Bar Association CLE - Bankruptcy Update - New Local Rules: Secured Collateral Valuation Issues - June 2009
  • ABI- 14th Annual Rocky Mountain Bankruptcy Conference - The Mortgage Creditor's Perspective -January 2009
  • Lorman Continuing Education - Bankruptcy Issues in Foreclosure and Repossession - August 2008

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Britney Beall-Eder is an attorney with Frascona, Joiner, Goodman and Greenstein, P.C. Her practice areas include Real Estate, Litigation, and Bankruptcy. Contact Britney Beall-Eder.

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